Over Stimulation & Loss of Self control (1 of 2)

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Whenever you’re away from home you can list piles of things you wish you would’ve done while you were at home or when you get there (whether it be housework, exercising or personal projects – like writing blogs).

We have these hopes of accomplishing these things yet the truth is a lot of us experience a total loss of self control in the moments we spend isolated in our comfortable homes.

Addictions to drugs, alcohol, food, and technology have us spiraling out of control. We become unconscious as we routinely follow the same patterns – these bad habits can wreck havoc on an individual’s self esteem and their financial future.

“You’re not using your heart for what hearts are for” – Brother Ali

Life’s hard but let’s remember what our values and goals are. Remember goals are important but so is enjoying every moment as it happens. Choose not to stress when critical moments demand your attention. Cherish each day and do you’re best with what you’ve been given. Do you’re best with today it’s all you’ve got – if you get tomorrow make the best of that too.

Remember balance in everything you do. Work towards moderating your bad habits eliminating your unneeded time wasters. We can become our own worst enemy if we beat ourselves up so remember life’s meant to be enjoyed. Do you’re best and enjoy It. Take action everyday to improve your well-being but always remember life’s a roller-coaster ride so don’t lose your sense of adventure. It has its ups and downs but hang on, embrace every moment and have fun.

Continue to Overstimulation & Loss of Self-Control Part 2

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The Thief of Time

I’ve wanted to start a blog for a long time but the question is where to start?

Sometimes we feel overwhelmed by our daily lives and stress over every little thing while in the bigger picture of life we remain motionless. Fear of failure interrupts a lot of us from taking the next step whether in our career or personal lives. Procrastination has been somewhat of a norm for many people but why? Why do we allow ourselves to procrastinate when it creates so much stress and anxiety?

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Well to be honest I don’t want to get to deep into the idea of procrastination but instead I want to tackle procrastination by the horns. Forget procrastination, get out of your head already and take action.

Learning new “life hacks” (concepts and ideas to improve daily living) can be great but without taking action the information gathered renders useless and irrelevant.

“It’s not stress that kills us, it’s how we handle it” – Hans Selye

Take what you’ve been given and run with it. Take gradual steps and build momentum for one day you will be looking down from your castle and spreading your hope onto others who in turn will feel the same emotions.

Help these individuals find their castles so you can wander amongst the glorious palaces of those who have reached their kingdoms.

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